Bill has always been a rock 'n' roller. Here, he heads off for the Bad Company concert at Niagara Falls in June of 1975.
Bill and his pals wait to enter Rich Stadium for Sumerfest '78 which featured Pablo Cruise, Bob Welch, Foreigner & Fleetwood Mac.
ShadowFox plays swamp rock, boogie, and blues on Bill's UNTIL DEATH DO IMPART CD. Below is the band's logo.
ShadowFox Circa 1976: the late, great Bruce Morris, band founder A.J. Curtis & bassist Buzzy Greenman
"Coop" bangs out the beat to cover tunes like Elf's "Hoochie Coochie Lady," Sweet's "Fox on the Run," and the ShadowFox originals, "Rocker" and "Goin' Home."
Bruce & A.J. rock hard!
Bruce & A.J. in NYC to get ShadowFox a PA
After adding Don Carter on bass, Jim Mattern on keyboards, and Jeff Lain on drums, ShadowFox began its recording career in 1983 with this four-song EP.
ShadowFox Circa 1984 (l-r) Bruce Morris, lead guitar; Don Carter, bass/vocals; Jeff Lain, drums; Jim Mattern, keyboards; A.J. Curtis, guitar/vocals